Justification refers to the alignment of text within a given area in a document.

Text can be left-justified (aligned to the left margin), right-justified (aligned to the right margin), centred, or fully justified (aligned with both margins).

The chosen justification method can significantly affect the aesthetic appeal and readability of the printed text.

Selecting the right justification depends on the design elements and the purpose of the document.

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